Overview

Clarksville Canine Sports Association was established in April of 2003. We practice flyball at 3395 Chester Stahl Road and agility at 3725 Hammacksville Road in Trenton, KY. Just about 10 minutes from I-24, Exit one in Clarksville, TN. Since April of 2003 we have worked to expand our membership, bring our training up to competition levels as well as acquire the proper equipment conducive to national level competitions. At Clarksville Canine Sports Association (CCSA) our primary goal is simple, have fun with you, your family and your canine buddy. We try to maintain a family environment where you, your family and that canine buddy will thrive and grow together. We participate in local demonstrations and activities that will gain more exposure for our dogs and owners. In addition, we have club BBQ’s and other outings where our club and our canine buddies can participate. Visit our Club news, Activities or Members pages to see more about our past and future activities. Also follow us on Facebook https://fb.me/ClarksvilleCanineSportsAssociation, or the Droolindragster.weebly.com for our flyball team dedicated web page.

August 2nd, 2019  in General No Comments »

Liberty Run Flyball Tournament

September found both Droolin Dragster teams in Clanton Alabama for the Dixie Flyer’s Liberty Run Flyball tournament. We had a great time. We brought home a new title or two and even our sloooooow dog, the team cheer leader, Midas, got some points. We would like to Thank Willie Moore for some fantastic photos.

October 18th, 2022  in General No Comments »

Summer Splash

Our August tournament, Bluegrass Summer Splash, has come and gone. We had a few people there who were delighted to dunk Gary in the dunk tank. We had Kara from the Woodlawn Woofers, Anthony from Smashville and Bob from the North Alabama Box Rockers in the dunk tank also. They all got cooled off at least once. And it was a young lady from the Woofers who had the best throwing arm. Our Judges, Sandy Forseth and Jeanne Harem, kept us on track, and did a fantastic job. Many thanks to our judges and all who attended.

October 18th, 2022  in Flyball, General No Comments »

Summer Camp Flyball Tournament

Droolin Dragsters were once again on the move. We traveled to Athans, GA to the Summer Camp flyball tournament hosted by Double Dog Dare. Many thanks to DDD, it was a lot of fun. We were short a dog and Carole and her boy Trevie ran with us. Joe came out for a visit and to help, and as always we put him to work. Cassie earned her 5000 points, FM, Flyball Master on Saturday, her 2nd birthday. Zoe also brought home a new title, she earned her FDX, Flyball Dog Excellent. We grilled steaks out at Trish’s new camper on Saturday evening, and had a great dinner. We all wished for a video camera when the grill collapsed – twice.

July 14th, 2022  in General No Comments »

June Flyball in Clanton, AL

Droolin Dragsters traveled to Clanton for the June flyball tournament hosted by Dixie Flyers. We all had a great time and a BIG thank you goes out to Jeanne Harem and her Dixie Flyers. Both teams traveled, Kickin Asphalt was short a dog. We only had four that we knew would run, so Midas was listed – just in case. We had the need for just in case, and he completed the runs but he was sooooo sloooooow. Kibble Krew, our green team – well – they did the green dog thing. So it was a rough weekend for points but it was fun and we learned we needed to mix the teams more. Trish started running Ghost lead and has decided that she likes that job.

July 14th, 2022  in General No Comments »

Bluegrass Spring Fling

The Droolin Dragsters would like to thank all of the teams that came out to our tournament. We had a great time and our Kickin Asphalt team did very well over the weekend ( special thanks to Julia and Coal for keeping us going). Kibble Krew had a few more issues and didn’t do as well, but as our green team they are getting better. We hope that everyone that attended enjoyed it as much as we did. We would like to thank our Judges Jeanne Harem and Sandy Forseth for keeping us straight and the tournament running smoothly. Our head table stuck it out all weekend, and in spite of my learning curve, kept the paperwork up.

May 26th, 2022  in Flyball, General No Comments »